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Show openings went well!

Abstract to Absurd, with Carlos Raush’s abstract paintings and my birds and monsters, opened Friday, Sept 2nd, and runs through Wed Sept 28th. Olney has some daytime hours, weekdays 9-4, a good idea to call in advance to be sure they will be open. 765 more words

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A visit to Oscar Niemeyer's flying saucer - MAC: Niterói Contemporary Art Museum, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

In town for the Rio 2016 Olympics, it’s a must to grab a ferry across the bay for both the great views of Rio’s skyline and for a visit to Museu de Arte Contemporânea (MAC) de Niterói. 895 more words

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Sculpture in the City 2016 - London's annual 'urban canvas' takes over the capital's business and banking district

London’s annual Sculpture in the City is back again with 20 new large-scale public artworks dotted around the capital’s centre, providing a breath of fresh… 993 more words

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Quick highlights from upcoming Wandsworth Arts Fringe 2016, London - a borough-wide festival of creativity

For two weeks and a bit in May, the Arts Team of Enable Leisure & Culture on behalf of Wandsworth Council presents their annual Wandsworth Arts Fringe, a festival of creative arts around the borough.  756 more words

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May 6th Art Walk | 6-10pm

Our 3rd Art Walk will be taking place on Avalon Blvd. between F & G streets.

It will be a CINCO de MAYO Celebration!!!

We will have art showcases, craft vendors, live music, dance performances, activities for the kids & much more!


Follow National Gallery's 'Angel Trail' in a cosmic scavenger hunt to find wings, music, and the news

For this year’s holiday season, ten 15th C paintings in London’s National Gallery are selected to form the “Angel Trail”, a free self-guided tour to discover more about these hard-working heavenly creatures. 711 more words

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Entre Chien et Loup

July 29, 2015

“Entre chien et loup” refers to that time of day when it is difficult to distinguish between THIS (dog) and THAT (wolf). This evening of site specific performances takes this liminal period as an opportunity to explore the potential of performative interventions in urban public space. 251 more words